TMI

Can one ever have TMI (too much information)? Immediately I’d say I think not. Then again, that’s a contextual question, isn’t it? In the instance that it is about knowledge creation or pattern variance and not about water cooler chats on what your boss Victoria screamed at you on the phone this morning, then there isn’t TMI. evolveA new book by Joseph Dispenza explores how one’s brain learns and processes info. I like the discussions on when the brain isn’t stimulated enough by new experiences it can become addicted to comfortable, familiar patterns – which can be a good thing for some but not for the adventurous, Type-A personality, red color, or any other personality type ENTJ people in our lives… which includes me btw.
So check out Evolve your Brain, you might find yourself learning how to needlepoint and karate in the same week some day.

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